NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Are precious metals and oil a viable play on military intervention in Syria? Recent price action may cause investors to second guess, but Arian Day, president of Arian Day Asset Management, thinks otherwise, he told TheStreet's Joe Deaux.While some have questioned whether gold may pull back following military intervention in Syria, Day says, "Absolutely not." Gold, along with oil, will likely trade higher following such an event. After all, gold is a defense against geopolitical turmoil, he said.
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